But with the news that the Giants are releasing Brandon Jacobs, what would a backfield of Jackson and Jacobs look like to opposing defenses? Scary I imagine. Jacobs is already accustomed to sharing the backfield as well as operating as the number two back in a 2-back system. Plus, he has playoff experience, two SB rings, he'll help at the goal line (as a blocker, a carrier or even a decoy) and should Jackson go down with injury, Jacobs steps into the starting role. For a more conservative play caller such as Fisher, I'm thinking this has got to be the backfield of his dreams.